Esplanade Apartments

80 Seaview Road, Adelaide, South Australia, 5024, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 80 Seaview Road, Adelaide, is near Glenelg Tram, The Beachouse, Grange, and Glenelg Golf Course.
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    A Day in the Wine Country

    A travel blog entry by frankenichols on Jul 22, 2014

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    ... along with information on the fines if the lane is used). Everything. On and on. We stopped at the Jacob's Creek and received a small talk of the history of the winery. On to tasting 3 white wines (their cool evening whites were delightful), and 3 reds (the shiraz was nice). While we were tasting, Chas took the opportunity to snap photos of the beautiful landscape. We gathered together for a spot of tea, then back on the bus. Our second ...

    The Last Leg

    A travel blog entry by georgiandpaul on Jul 07, 2014

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    ... an hour or so to Tailem Bend to spend the night. Bit of a mistake really, as the campground we chose had a spectacular view of the Murray, but the deralict houseboats at the bottom of the cliff and old cabins and caravans around us, plus the incredible noise from trucks and a couple of freight trains, reminded Paul and I of Guy Ritchie's film "Snatch" where the 2 lead characters aim to buy a caravan off a bunch of Pykies (Irish gypsies - sp?) in Periwinkle Blue. Funny if ...

    Easy Going

    A travel blog entry by d.thorpe on Jun 17, 2014

    ... slot. The script, although funny, doesn't have the content to stretch out over a whole 2 hours and it felt like there was lots of filler.
    So, after the film, the real ordeal began. The initial plan was to keep up my healthy day of exercise and walk back, but when I turned the corner to see the taxi rank, the temptation was just too strong. I jumped in and asked for Andrews road, but where I actually ended up was Andrews Farm, almost just as far from the house as ...


    A travel blog entry by cathrin24 on May 08, 2014

    ... garden was the highlight of the city is pretty bad, I guess. My last evening was really fun, though! All the people from the hostel met in the kitchen and went out together. Even on weekends the city is pretty empty and a lot of bars are closing at 12, but we finally found a good spot, and stayed there -Too long :D. The next morning, my outback safari started. I was tired, as you can ...


    A travel blog entry by dollyandace on Apr 28, 2014

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    ... out) of the CBD. There’s a focus here on fine food - without the all pretence of Sydney, or Melbourne for that matter – and its proximity to wine growing areas is terrific. Penfolds Magill Estate, established in 1844 just 8 years after the foundation of Adelaide, is located only 15 minutes from the CBD. It grows Shiraz grapes not only for Magill Estate Shiraz, but also for the production of Grange Hermitage (in fact this vineyard ...